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evidently

adverb uk   us   /ˈev.ɪ.dənt.li/
B2 in a way that is easy to see: He was evidently upset by the news of the accident. a thin although evidently pregnant woman used to say what people believe is true: He had an accident, evidently because he was driving at excessive speed.
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in Korean 명백하게…
in Arabic بِوضوح…
in Portuguese evidentemente…
in Catalan evidentment…
in Japanese 明らかに…
in Italian evidentemente…
in Chinese (Traditional) 顯然地, 據說…
in Russian очевидно, явно, по-видимому…
in Turkish belli ki, şurası açık ki/meydanda ki, su götürmez…
in Chinese (Simplified) 显然地, 据说…
in Polish bez wątpienia, najwyraźniej…
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